Newscast Media WASHINGTON, D.C.—Ignorance is deadly. American voters and pundits are finally waking up to the fact that something doesn’t seem right about the results of the 2012 presidential election. Initially pundits explained that minorities voted in droves, but the math just did not add up. None of them talked about voter fraud, even though voters were openly admitting that they gamed the system, and major newspapers had documented incidents of fraud and voting irregularities.
Just by looking at the exit poll results in the map above, voters wonder how the obvious is not apparent to election officials, yet the Spanish company responsible for tallying American votes, declared results that many have begun to question. READ FULL ARTICLE>>
Newscast Media HOUSTON, Texas—As we wind up this election cycle, here is a review of predictions made by Karl Rove, Dick Morris, Michael Barone, and some of the most astute political analysts in America. Not to be outdone by politicians, Luciferian satanic witches have also made their prediction for the outcome of the election.
1. Professors Kenneth Bickers and Michael Berry of Colorado University-Boulder of Colorado Univ-Denver respectively, give Romney 320 and Obama 208.
2. Dick Morris, bestselling author, former presidential advisor and political analyst predicts Romney 325 while Obama 213.
3. Michael Barone, Senior Political Analyst for the Washington Examiner is predicting a Romney win by 315 to Obama’s 223.
4. Karl Rove, former Bush advisor and bestselling author’s polling company KarlRove&Co., predicts Romney 285 and Obama 253.
5. Ezra Klein of the Washington Post is taking a chance and has predicted a victory for Barack Obama with 290 and Mitt Romney 248.
6. Luciferian satanic witches have also joined the prediction party, and after spitting on on both candidates’ photos and asking for guidance from ancient Incan gods, they said the planet Mars favors a Barack Obama victory.
We’ll all find out on Wednesday morning November 7, whose prediction was accurate.
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“What is striking about our state-level economic indicator forecast is the expectation that Obama will
lose almost all of the states currently considered as swing states, including North Carolina, Virginia,
New Hampshire, Colorado, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida,” said Kenneth
Bickers of CU-Boulder. The prediction model has Romney winning 53.3 percent of the popular vote to
Obama’s 46.7 percent.
Newscast Media DENVER, Colo—Two weeks ago, political science professors Kenneth Bickers of Colorado University-Boulder and Michael Berry of Colorado Univ-Denver released their prediction model stresses economic data from the 50 states and the District of Columbia, including both state and national unemployment figures as well as changes in real per capita income, among other factors.
“Based on our forecasting model, it becomes clear that the president is in electoral trouble,” said Bickers, also director of the CU in DC Internship Program. According to their analysis, President Barack Obama will win 208 votes in the Electoral College, short of the 270 he needs. And though they chiefly focus on the Electoral College, the political scientists predict Romney will win 52.9 percent of the popular vote to Obama’s 47.1 percent, when considering only the two major political parties.
“For the last eight presidential elections, this model has correctly predicted the winner,” said Berry.
Their model correctly predicted all elections since 1980, including two years when independent
candidates ran strongly, 1980 and 1992. It also correctly predicted the outcome in 2000, when Al Gore received the most popular vote but George W. Bush won the election.
In 2012, “What is striking about our state-level economic indicator forecast is the expectation that Obama will lose almost all of the states currently considered as swing states, including North Carolina, Virginia, New Hampshire, Colorado, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida,” Bickers said.
Based on the model analyzing returns from the prior eight presidential elections, the professors predict that Obama will only win 17 states: (NJ-51.91%, IL-55.17%, CA-56.52%, VT-60.69%, NY-56.73%, RI-57.94%, NV-52.32%, OR-52%, WA-52.49%…and so forth), plus the District of Columbia.